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UC Admission - Visual Arts Credit

Chamier14Chamier14 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited November 2012 in College Admissions
Does anyone know/has anyone had any experience with this?: When applying to the UC system as an out-of-state applicant, are the requirements the same as an in-state applicant's, or are admissions a little lenient? Specifically, I have met all the "a-g" requirements except for the visual arts credit. At my high school, we're required to complete one credit in either arts or vocational so I took Graphic Design (.5 credit) and Basic Foods (.5 credit). For the UC application however, this only meets half the arts requirement... Because I am an out-of-state applicant, can I still be considered for admission? Thank you!

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